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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY

  • 1.1 Understanding chemistry and its importance

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Explain the meaning of chemistry List some common chemicals used in daily life, State the uses of common chemicals in daily life, List examples of occupations that require the knowledge of chemistry List chemical-based industries In Malaysia, Describe the contribution of chemical-based industries in Malaysia

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  • 1. Meaning of chemistry What is chemistry ?

the study of the composition, structure, properties and interactions of matter .

  • 2. Common chemicals and their uses in daily life

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY 1.1 Understanding chemistry and its importance keeping w.  Explain the
  • 3. Occupations that require the knowledge of chemistry What career related with chemistry ? Biochemist /Chemical engineer /Cosmetic scientist /Doctor /Food technology /Pharmacist / laboratory assistant

4. Chemical-based industries In Malaysia and their contribution 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
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  • 1.2 Synthesising scientific method

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Identify variables in a given situation. Identify the relationship between two variables to form a hypothesis Design and carry out a simple experiment to test the hypothesis, record and present data in a suitable form Interpret data to draw a conclusion Write a report of investigation

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Scientific Method - a systematic method used to solve problems in science

Observation inference (smart guess) identify problem making hypothesis

identify & control variables carry out experiment collect data interprets data lab report

Laboratory experiment report

1.

Problem statement : question form [why/which/What/How/Is ?]

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Examples:

 

No

Pattern

A)

Is alloy harder than pure metal?

 

B)

Does higher temperature results a higher rate of reaction?

 

C)

How the presence of other metal affects the rusting rate of an iron nail?

 

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Hypothesis: make a general statement

 
 

Examples:

 

No

Pattern

Example

A)

A is ……

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than B

Alloy is harder than pure metal

B)

The A ………, the B ………

The higher the temperature, the higher the rate of reaction.

C)

When A ………., it will …….

When the iron nail coiled with a metal which is more

When B ………., it will …….

electropositive, it will not rust.

When the iron nail coiled with a metal which is less

electropositive, it will rust faster.

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Variables:

 

Manipulated

Change in experiment

Responding

Result of the experiment

Constant

No changes during experiment

 

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Apparatus : instrument used (can be reused)

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Materials : chemical used (mass /concentration / volume stated)(discard after used)

 

Examples:

  • A) 200cm 3 of 0.1mol dm -3 sulphuric acid

solution :

  • B) 2g of zinc powder

solid

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  • C) 2cm 3 bromine water / 20cm 3 distilled water

liquid

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Quantitative [tabulate data in table form (correct unit and decimal place)]

MV

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RV

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Qualitative

[describe observation in sentence]

 
  • 8. Interpreting data: inference / explanations / chemistry equation / calculation/ graph

  • 9. Conclusion : hypothesis accepted / rejected

  • 1.3 Incorporate scientific attitudes and values in conducting scientific

investigations

Identify scientific attitudes and values practiced by scientists in carrying out investigations, Practice scientific attitudes and values in conducting scientific investigations

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